Monday, October 10, 2016


What a wonderful story to read to get you in the spirit for the holidays. The writing was sweet and endearing and oh my how I loved the characters. After I read the short novella I though how this story would make a great movie for everyone to watch. The author does a great job of bringing the story to life with her expressive words .

Sarah is a great character who is a professional organizer. She is very sweet but has a sense of not belonging at times. Could it be because her parents are always away when special occasions arise? When Sarah begins to help organize her elderly neighbor's apartment , she meets Justin. Justin is handsome, loves his grandmother and his character is so likeable I wanted to meet him myself. As they begin to  spend  time together, a definite attraction is blooming.  Justin is such a giving and caring person. But Justin senses Sarah holding back. Why does she have a problem with trusting people? Can she overcome her fear of loneliness and being hurt to let Justin in?

The story is written with such warm emotions and I loved how the relationship was not rushed. The setting in New York was perfect as I could see the decorations on stores and people skating with happiness at the ice rink. Sometimes it takes a small gesture, a kind word or maybe a reminder from God that we are important and can trust Him . Sarah has a problem with her faith and as you read the story, you will experience the change in her as she lets go and allows God to direct her path. The author has written a beautiful story that reminds us that faith can get us through anything as we allow Him to show us what unconditional love is.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. The review was my own opinion and I was not compensated for it.

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